Commuter Student Services

Students who do not live on campus have an organization geared to their interests, and a place they can meet, plan activities, and just relax between classes. The Commuter Connection office is located on the third floor of the Bryant Center. Meetings are held every other Wednesday at 12 p.m. in the Heritage Room of the Bryant Center.

Commuter Activities

The organization sponsors Commuter Week, as well as other events throughout the academic year to facilitate participation in campus activities and to help commuters meet other students.

Tips for  Commuters

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) offers these tips to help commuters become more involved in the campus community:

Study on-campus after classes and on the weekends

Organize regular study groups

Include time to meet with your professors in your everyday schedule

Get involved in a student club or organization

Join an intramural sports team

Participate in student government

Eat in the dining halls

Make an effort to meet new people from different backgrounds

Make friends with people who live in the residence halls

Take public transportation or car pool so that you have more time to study

Work on campus

For more information, please contact:
Ashley Choiniere
President, Commuter Connection


Matt Kreimeier
Advisor, Commuter Connection

Visit: Commuter Hub, 2nd floor, Bryant Center